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Advent 2022

                                                                                                          The Fourth Sunday of Advent symbolizes Love. 
The Fourth Sunday of Advent symbolizes Love. All four candles will be lit on our Advent wreath and we will have a full circle of light. The Lord brings the light of love to his people by sending His only Son to earth for our salvation.

Click here for  here for the weekly Advent Wreath Prayer

Click here for A busy Catholic's guide to Advent and

Click here How to Remember Each week of Advent 

Click on the link for the “Blessing of the Advent Wreath in your home. When the blessing of the Advent Wreath is celebrated in the home, it is appropriate that it be blessed by a parent or another member of the family.  

"For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through him." (John 3:16-17) May the love of Christ be with you and your family always. 

 
 
 
 
The Third Sunday of Advent: Rejoice (Gaudete) in the Lord always
Today is the Third Sunday of Advent, Gaudete Sunday. The term “gaudete” is derived from the Latin opening words of the introit antiphon, “Rejoice (Gaudete) in the Lord always.” The theme of the day expresses the joy of anticipation at the approach of the Christmas celebration. At this halfway point in Advent, light two violet and the rose candles on your Advent wreath and Rejoice! For the Lord is near!

Click here for a Litany of St. John the Baptist.

Click here for  here for the weekly Advent Wreath Prayer

Click here for A busy Catholic's guide to Advent and

Click here How to Remember Each week of Advent 

Click on the link for the “Blessing of the Advent Wreath in your home. When the blessing of the Advent Wreath is celebrated in the home, it is appropriate that it be blessed by a parent or another member of the family.  

      

The Second Sunday of Advent - Prepare the Way of the Lord!

The readings for the Second Sunday of Advent for Year A are a call to repentance. In the first reading we hear a savior will bring change to our world. In the second reading we are told to be more welcoming to one another. In the gospel, John the Baptist warns the people to change their ways. Click here for a Litany of St. John the Baptist.

Click here for  here for the weekly Advent Wreath Prayer

Click here for A busy Catholic's guide to Advent and

Click here How to Remember Each week of Advent 

Click on the link for the “Blessing of the Advent Wreath in your home. When the blessing of the Advent Wreath is celebrated in the home, it is appropriate that it be blessed by a parent or another member of the family.  

 

The First Sunday of Advent - Come Lord Jesus!

Events for November 12 – November 11 › Home › – The Church Without Walls

First Sunday of Advent: Hope-filled Readings and Prayers for Lighting the Candle on November 27, 2022. The first Sunday of Advent gives us the opportunity to center our thoughts on hope. It's a beautiful chance to remember the hope God offers to our lost and dying world, and that He's given us through Jesus. Galatians 4:4 says: But when the right time came, God sent his Son, born of a woman, subject to the law.